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Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says the COVID-19 pandemic might provide the one opportunity to completely transform education for the better.
The New Mexico district will soon be going back to full virtual instruction. For most schools, that would be bad news. But not for this technology team.
Connecticut's Department of Education is taking a more proactive approach to reporting on and releasing data on attendance during the pandemic.
Data Quality report highlights promising strategies such as wider data sharing, transparency and local data tools.
The random drawing from High School Esports League will deliver complete gaming setups, from PCs to mice, to lucky schools.
Adding computers, developing ambitious professional development and training plans, and a thorough evaluation process led to great success.
The Francis Parker School used words of wisdom from its namesake, past election experience and a model for critical thinking and discussion that got students talking in a positive way.
Here's how learning management system features, digital smart pens, audio notetakers, timers and noise reducers can support students with attention deficit disorder.
Despite the massive shift to remote learning, Ken Thompson and his technology support staff have kept the Independent School District on track on a number of key projects
Educators in Newport News Public Schools were steadily working their way through a five-year 1-to-1 plan to provide all students with laptops when the COVID pandemic struck.
Superintendents should be receptive to listening to their CIOs and be able to respond to questions during a crisis.
A District Administration Web Seminar Looking beyond the current school year and financial impact of the pandemic, school systems have learned the hard way that technology is nonnegotiable–they must think […]